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Training Log Archive: bensmith

In the 7 days ending Aug 4:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 3:43:52 14.3(15:39) 23.01(9:44) 800
  Mountain biking1 2:01:27 11.78(5.8/h) 18.96(9.4/h) 308
  Other1 50:00
  Running1 46:31 4.73(9:49) 7.62(6:06) 113
  Cycling1 40:00 6.84(10.3/h) 11.0(16.5/h) 100
  Total5 8:01:50 37.65 60.59 1321

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Sunday Aug 4 #

8 AM

Mountain biking 2:01:27 [2] 18.96 km (9.4 kph) +308m
ahr:128 max:156

Lost Lake. Loving the mild jetlag I still have that means I wake up before 6 and can beat the crowds and heat everywhere I go :)

Didn't have great confidence on the more technical portions, but loved the flowy trails.
4 PM

Cycling 40:00 [1] 11.0 km (16.5 kph) +100m

Beach commutes over the weekend.

Saturday Aug 3 #

8 AM

Orienteering 3:43:52 [3] 23.01 km (9:44 / km) +800m 8:17 / km
ahr:138 max:186

Checking out some control sites for the Lynn Valley Adventure Run in October. A few minor adjustments to make, but happy with the overall shape of the course. I expect the elites might be able to clear the course in 5 hours, but it should be tight.

I discovered a few areas of the map that are truly delightful to run in. I have fairly easy controls in those areas, but I'm going to give them high point values to encourage people to visit them and also enjoy these hidden gems.

I've been working on the SuperSeyLynn map for the last few weeks, replacing all the contours with lidar-derived ones. There's still a lot of tidying-up to do, but the map is already looking in much better shape than it used to. Super excited about finally having consistent and accurate contours over the whole area. In some areas, it's almost like having a brand new map :D

Thursday Aug 1 #

12 PM

Running 46:31 [2] 7.62 km (6:06 / km) +113m 5:41 / km
ahr:121 max:136 shoes: Enda Iten Green

Super easy, super chatty run with the TRIUMF crew.

Wednesday Jul 31 #

12 PM

Other (Volleyball) 50:00 [1]

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